If you’re a legal hiring manager, you likely know — all too well — how difficult it can be to lose out on a top candidate for hire (or not hear back from them at all). And it can be very discouraging to watch a team member leave your firm, whether that person is a recently hired or long-serving employee.

The good news is that proven strategies exist to help you overcome these formidable challenges and others, including onboarding, understaffing and bridging knowledge gaps in today’s hybrid workplace. In a recent episode of The Legal Report from Robert Half, host Jamy J. Sullivan, JD, an executive director of the legal practice group at Robert Half, discusses these strategies with Michael Lusby, a district president of our legal group.

Michael has closely observed hiring and career trends affecting the legal field for more than 15 years, and he has a wealth of current research and information to share with legal hiring managers. He covers what you can do to better attract candidates, help prevent candidate ghosting, and boost employee engagement and belonging while remaining focused on the work at hand.

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To learn more about how to successfully manage the seven biggest challenges facing hiring managers in the legal field today and hear about some tried-and-trusted remedies to help you overcome them, listen to the podcast.